Smart Security For Safer Cities
Safe Cities International 2015 builds on last year’s inaugural event to provide an exceptionally rare opportunity for 100+ Ministers, Mayors, emergency services and industry leaders to gather from across the globe to discuss the deployment of smart, secure, integrated technologies designed to increase city security.
Across the globe city governance and emergency services are struggling to cope with the challenges faced by high levels of urban crime, threats to critical national infrastructure and of course terrorism. With decreasing physical and economical resources available, city security systems are being stretched to the limit and are looking to smart policing technologies to provide the surveillance, information management and communication systems required to aid decision making and response.
With the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris, the hostage situation in Sydney, the mass shooting in Copenhagen and ISIL’s attack at the Bardo Museum in Tunis all occurring in the last 12 months, now is the time to act before it’s too late.
Register to attend to benefit from:
- In-depth analysis of current and future local and national government policy designed to advance and integrate smart policing technology for safer city environments
- Insight into state-of-the-art smart solutions for urban security,integrated information networks and data dissemination, realtime emergency response coordination and cyber security for security networks and assets
- Extensive face-face networking opportunities with city governance, emergency services and industry executives allowing you to grow and develop strategic relations to aid business development
- Essential market knowledge grained through interactive discussions with local government and blue light service decision makers from US, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa and South America designed to open up new market opportunities
- International collaboration on a critical level with international counterparts generated allowing you to strengthen messages of cooperation in the protection of public safety